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  • Life

    “How my teenage friendships impacted my adult romantic relationships”

    And why yours probably did too.

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    Moya Crockett
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  • Life

    Feeling outraged at the news? Here’s why you’re unlikely to act on it

    Relatively few people step up to address injustice – and new research helps explain why.

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    Moya Crockett
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  • Life

    This is how British women feel about the age they lost their virginities

    Was it a formative experience, or one you can hardly remember?

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    Moya Crockett
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  • Careers

    Women aren’t worse at pay negotiations than men. Here’s proof

    A new study debunks an oft-cited piece of wisdom about women in the workplace.

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    Moya Crockett
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  • Life

    Brighter skin, better sleep and more money: the proven benefits of Dry January

    Need inspiration to stick with Dry January? A major new study provides just that...

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    Moya Crockett
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  • Careers

    How to make meetings more enjoyable and productive, according to science

    Because nobody likes bad meetings.

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    Moya Crockett
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  • Careers

    Why you shouldn’t offer to help your colleagues unless they ask for it

    Here’s a situation where the maxim ‘stay in your lane’ is accurate.

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    Moya Crockett
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  • Life

    New study identifies a major reason why people stay in unhappy relationships

    Apparently, altruism comes into play when deciding whether or not to break up.

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    Moya Crockett
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  • How being able to laugh at yourself affects the quality of your relationships
    Life

    How being able to laugh at yourself affects the quality of your relationships

    According to a new study, the ability to handle being the butt of a joke may influence our romantic lives.

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    Moya Crockett
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  • Careers

    Why your male boss is more likely to get away with being a psychopath

    According to a new study, male leaders are “given a pass” to behave badly in the workplace. Is anyone surprised?

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    Moya Crockett
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